The Sony KD65XD9305BU 4K UHD HDR TV
At Simply Electricals, we are always looking out for the best in class and here we take a look at the Sony KD65XD9305BU, the mid-sized TV in this line.
This stunning 65″ 4K TV is part of Sony’s XD93 range for 2016 and uses the awesome X1 processor to produce a brilliant Ultra HD picture backed up with High Dynamic Range (HDR) capability to make its colors almost leap off the screen.
High Dynamic Range seems to be the watchword in the TV world in 2016 as it is the new tech that offers unsurpassed detail in color, especially in the dark shadows and brightest areas. Areas that, up until HDR, have remained blurred and out of focus.
Not only that, but it makes this model ready for the explosion in HDR and UHD content expected to arrive later this year.
This model boasts 4K X-Reality Pro technology that takes input from any source and ‘upscales’ the signal to as near to Ultra HD as it can. Its innovative algorithm ensures that whether you’re watching TV or movies, you can be sure that your images will be of the utmost quality.
The KD65XD9305BU uses the familiar Android operating system, which offers access to streaming platforms, catch up TV, games, apps and pretty much everything you could think of. Anyone who has ever owned an Android smart device will be familiar with its operation and should be able to navigate their way round within minutes.
This model is one of the most slimline Bravia Sony have ever made and some clever design has gone into making wiring almost invisible and its screen almost implausibly thin, given that it houses so much amazing technology.
The Simply Verdict
This beautifully powerful and slim Television offers everything that you could wish for in a modern TV. Great pictures, readiness for upcoming advancements in available HDR and UHD content, all wrapped up in a sleek and stylish package.
With any TV with this much going on inside, the only way to see if it’s for you is to see one in person.
What is an early detail look review? This is our first impressions of a piece of kit based on technical sheets or hands on in store with it. The is to give you some sense of what it’s like and if it’s worth investing in.